Passion's debut album Baller's Lady is a fairly strong West-Coast rap album, distinguished by its high-class production, deep grooves and Passion's gritty sass. Despite her efforts, Passion isn't able to hold our interest over the course of the album - sure, the title track is a slammin' single, but the rest of the album plays like variations on a theme, which gets mighty tiring by the end of the record. There's promise, to be certain, on the album, but Passion rarely keeps the ball in play during the course of the record.
Passion is the third studio album by English singer Geri Halliwell. It was released on 6 June 2005 by Innocent Records. Two singles were released from the album: "Ride It", was commercially successful. It peaked at number two in Russia, number four in UK, reaching number three on the Belgium, Spain and Scotland Charts. and "Desire", which charted at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart
B2. Please Don't Do It Again. Its such a shame they split up so soon and after just one album there chemistry was amazing and there voices sounded so good together and it gave Terri Walker a chance to shine shes been overlooked for too long shame i hope one day they will work together again maybe they had creative differences. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Y'know in bein player, the new generation they don't understand what it's like to be a player. I mean everybody they like to be with money. So much money flowin around nowadays. People use money to get what they want. Mo' wheeled, the Bonnie Clyde Mobbin and pumpin til the day we die But all you haters I'm in love wit a gangsta and I will not stop, I bet you never would've thought I be big-time ballin, cuttin thru the halls and strippin with the Gs, slippin niggas, please Your baby girl's straight down.
Truth told, the best Lady Gaga album might've been the one that combined the highlights from this album and its successor into one unstoppable collection of storming disco-pop and inflammable mega-balladry: Like Artpop with higher highs (and slightly lower lows) Born This Way arrives on the wings of Pegasus but never quite touches down to earth
Joanne is Lady Gaga’s best album in five years, since the disco-stick hair-metal manifesto that was Born This Way. In her quest to master all pop spectacle – hit singles, scandalous TV stunts, The Sound of Music medleys at award shows – Gaga’s been too restless to slow down for albums. Or maybe after she hit it so far out of the park with Born This Way, she figured album-making was a party trick she’d already done. Her Tony Bennett duet was a clever rebranding Hail Mary after her overheated yet practically song-free fiasco Artpop.
Singer bares all on second album Lady Wood, a record about the extremes of her life. The singer says: I have always been a feminist and very open. With my first album I didn’t realise or understand that people would see it as provocative. I had to defend myself so many times for being a woman and singing about sex. I thought that was so weird and why was it even an issue? People sing about this stuff all the time. But I realised that it was MEN who sing about this all the time.
|A1||Keep It Real||3:25|
|A2||Where I'm From||3:28|
|A3||Gigolos Get Lonely Too (1996 Players Version)||5:24|
|A6||Who's The Mack||1:21|
|B2||Gotta Be Da Bomb||3:22|
|B3||Sho Luv Them Gangstas||4:13|
|B5||Can't Be #1||3:33|
|B7||Bump Fo Ya Trunk||1:30|
- Art Direction, Design – Kenny J. Gravillis*
- Executive-Producer – Kirv
- Illustration – Mark Texeira
- Other [Hair] – Pluke
- Other [Make-up] – Nzinga (Deborah Martin Agency)
- Other [Stylist] – Passion
- Photography By – Victor Hall
NotesContains a small black/white sticker on the foil.
|MCAD-11338||Passion||Baller's Lady (CD, Album)||MCA Records||MCAD-11338||US||1996|
|MCAC-11338||Passion||Baller's Lady (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC-11338||US||1996|